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Wildlands Announces the Creation of a Project Based Learning Internship for Teachers

One semester project based learning teacher paid internship for the Fall semester during the 2014-15 school year.  We are offering an opportunity to an individual who would like to build PBL teaching experience through an immersion experience and work with students at multiple skill & grade levels.  Interested individuals should be willing to be an active learner, not afraid to tackle new ideas and tasks, and want to develop the ability to guide, facilitate, coach, and create, rather than lecture and use prepared curriculum.  Individual will gain experience with thematic units that integrate core subject areas together.  Experience or interest in teaching or researching in the natural world is a plus.

This position involves working in a project based science research school with a science, research, and natural world emphasis.  Applicants should also desire to build abilities and experience in wilderness trip planning and leadership, first aid, water safety, and be able to occasionally accompany students on overnight trips during the week.  The position is primarily 7th and 8th grade, in a multi-age middle school class.  Experience with technology is desirable as this is a one to one laptop school environment.

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